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-18. >> battle with the chin tillly centerville. chantilly, show me the suction cup hands of harris. i am liking that. that sets up the chargers. ross simms, can you put it on the board? yes. taking it to the house just in time. chantilly looking good but then wild cats come back, in the wild cat. that is big scott walter banging it. centerville comes back 76 points on the board, centerville the winner 45-41. >> a pig out at west field, watch o pten mike wonden cut on it a dime and leave nine cent change. he gets it into the end zone, oldston up early and westville coming back, 2nd degree burns. he is also a doctor because he makes house calls. russville wins it. good stuff. >>> should be an interesting fight for dc's east division. typically burr lou is near the top. apopka has slipped in and so has spin guard. gangrene. interesting. that has me pumped up. that is what ber lou was saying. a little bit later, 80 yards, tackles arm tackle lance jackson, can't do that. ver mouth rolls 45-8. the lake at blair. raining out there tonight. this is quarterback chavon tigwall's halloween costume, the he
with the chin tillly centerville. chantilly, show me the suction cup hands of harris. i am liking that. that sets up the chargers. ross simms, can you put it on the board? yes. taking it to the house just in time. chantilly looking good but then wild cats come back, in the wild cat. that is big scott walter banging it. centerville comes back 76 points on the board, centerville the winner 45-41. >> a pig out at west field, watch o pten mike wonden cut on it a dime and leave nine cent change. he gets it into the end zone, oldston
. a few showers for you folks around chantilly, moving into vienna. there is the move to washington, but that is it. they are sprinkles. the national fans, th are tough. need any umbrellas to come out. next bats, and you see how far away to the west it is. r today there was another tornado watch, that is now gone, around nashville tennessee. some of it will probably be p, so here we are tomorrow warning. tomorrow morning about where we now, mid-60's with a t of clouds around. one of those days where the weather boundary will try to our north. does, temperatures will over 70 and there will be some scattered showers. some afternoonof showers. 7'seratures will be in the will get into that sector and a touch summertime. on wednesday, temperatures mid-80's. showers tomorrow afternoon. there is that chance of getting into the mid-80's, and if that happens, could be an afternoon .hundershower on wednesday a low august-september flashback. after that it will feel more like october. >> speaking of summer, the boys summer, next in sports. >> with all grown men cry and , celebratinging the way
with scam and parking fees the smithsonian museum in chantilly is expected to plead guilty today. he and two other people stole at least $400,000 from the facility. it started in 2009. another former attendant pleaded guilty last week. >> a special honor for fauquier county teenager killed last month in a car crash. homecoming football game at liberty high school will be dedicated to ian heflin. he was on his way to school when the car he was riding in hit a tree. his sister was seriously injured. a third person, a teenage driver was not injured. >> investigators trying to find out what caused a fire at an apartment building in northwest that sent four people to the hospital. it broke out thursday night on k street. flames quickly engulfed the building. two people on the third floor had to be rescued with a ladder truck. >> if it had been three minutes later, we would have to do jumping. i could. feel the flames under could. >> one man tried to climb out of the third storyalling. he was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. three other people hospitalized including two women with smo
as yesterday, comfortable. chantilly is 49 degrees. leesburg. in landover or actually, lanham, 49. n waldorf, 52 in arlington. tuesday morning. we did have a little rainfall especially in .ontgomery county here's your forecast for today, 66 by 5:00 p.m.. 67 degrees for the afternoon high with mostly sunny conditions. a beautiful day. help the amount of rainfall yesterday. sunshine today. healthy amount of rainfall yesterday. back to angela foster with the commute. issues? >> no early issues so far. moving quite well. looking at most of the key routes, in virginia, interstate 66, nothing to worry about haymarket and vienna. a couple traffic cones on 95 should be out of the way momentary. moving quite well with no early delays. in maryland, 270 at the spur, no reported issues or delays this morning. back to you. >> thank you. 51 degrees. time, >> that news about a former georgential candidate mcgovern. why his family says he i i don't spend money on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a g station was about...i would say... two months ago. i v
. >>> we've got ourselves some great high school football tomorrow night. dunbar edging out chantilly for the game of the week. 12,000 of you voted. we'll have highlights of both of those games. also dematha versus good counsel. >>> ted leonsa always seems to have a smile on his face but the wizards are in the midst of a major rebuild. and the nhl lockout? mums the word. he did talk about his wiz kids, though, and he actually made a correlation to the nationals. he believes his team is restructuring in a similar fashion to the nats. >> i looked at the nationals losing 100 games and finishing in the basement and picking high and bring ink a free agent and making an astute trade, and then they wake up one day and they're winning the pennant. >> we shall see. >>> baseball, high drama tomorrow. baltimore playing in the one- game wildcard at texas. say what you will about the nats, but buck showalter is your manager of the year. game time tomorrow 8:30. the nats will play the winner of atlanta and st. louis. 9 news returns right after this break. >>> that massage therapist was really scary
sounded hike it. but john from san tillly is seeing things -- chantilly is seeing my way of things. and that seemed to take down president obama. but four and a half more weeks of this, i'm wearing out the mute button on the remote control. >>> finally this unsatisfied customer, peter in rockville who says why doesn't wusa and usa today call your no bulls zone on the dnc obama talking point zone because that is what it will be. i'm sure that the state and the paper has decided the winner obama before the first word is spoken. really? because did you stay up and watch our coverage? my final words were these like everyone else on tv. we called this one a big win for mitt romney. and finally this from john lorton who believes that the debate was a draw. how congress is going to move their policies forward. it is a roadblock in congress is not chopped down, we'll have four more years of gridlock no matter who won. but we're a winner here in the mail bag when we get your e- mails. keep them coming. the address is mailbag@wusa9.com. well that is our report. i had be right back here at 11
and facebook page. all right, taking us out of here. the mighty marching band of the charges of chantilly. we'll see you next week.
chantilly said give credit to the storm from over the summer. the reasoning is the der etcho in june took down the weaker trees and some of the infrastructure was replaced. that left more infrastructure for sandy to damage and the bright lining for a devastating storm. make some sense, john. there have to be a finite number of weak trees at one time and that herd has been thinned around here. and walton from virginia who said he is 91, had this to say. i believe god has spoken. god has given d.c. a washing. it is time to clean up washington. we survived sandy but never lost power. suspect the hurricane was not natural but hot air from all of those political candidates running for office. well, craig, that would explain some things and it would comfort us with the idea that maybe we won't see anything like this again for another 4 years. and finally, a hearty note of thanks from bruce in crownsville, maryland. i found that i tuned straight to channel 9 to learn first- hand about the status of sandy through your exceptional coverage of the hurricane and the impact around our area. i appreci
for signing a petition to put a gay marriage law to a vote in maryland. john from chantilly can't believe what he's hearing. an administrator from galludet university is on leave because she does not support gay marriage and is advocating against gay marriage? have the political correctness thugs taken over? well, john in, in case it would appear they have, though it must be noted that people on both sides of the gay marriage argument have demanded that she be reinstated. so perhaps all is not lost. finally yesterday i asked for photos of your pets dressed up for halloween after we reported that americans will spend hundreds of millions of dollars on pet costumes this year, but instead of those pictures we got this from diane who said not a chance in haites. most dogs don't like it and i know cats don't. actually dressing the pets in costumes make the people look more like idiots than the animals do. i can't agree with you more, but someone is spending $300 million in pets' costumes. maybe they're just too embarrassed to come forward with those pictures. come on, guys. mailbag@wusa9.com. that'
the fate in the last few months, neither man wearing a seat belt and johnson chantilly said there's tough questions that must be asked. it's truly asked that p.g. county lost two apparently fine police officers in the last few months in car accidents but i got to ask, police officers are supposed to enforce laws and in maryland, seat belt use is required for all passengers in the front seat of a vehicle. the result of noncompliance with the law is painfully obvious. we must acknowledge there's many who may seem to say the wreck was so serious, the officer may have been killed regardless whether he was belted or not but similar sentiments from bill in martinsburg, west virginia. so sorry for the car crashes. why weren't they buckled up? it's the law, right? these same officers wrote tickets to people for not having people buckled. do they think they're above the law? i will not presume the judge the officer's mental state, but the justification for the reluctance of some officers to wear seat belts sounds similar to the excuses civilians use. it will slow me down, hard to get out in an eme
. then there was this from john in chantilly who is just glad the debates are over. the election is a mere two weeks away. yea! in all the talk and analysis of who won and lost the debates it seems the overarching criteria was demeanor, tone, body language, et cetera, fact checkers not withstanding. only the partisan apologists would seem to discuss substance and positions. i would like to think that we tried to flush out some serious fact checking and reporting. and finally this, debbie from arlington who really liked my commentary two nights back suggesting that in the popular media anyway the bald guy is usually the bad guy. come on. hair is overrated. some evil people had hair. hitler, charles manson had hair and let me count the corrupt politicians that had hair and if we get to the comics, i think charlie brown is pretty bald and he's a hero. yeah, but charlie brown never did get to kick that ball, did he? kick us some e-mails. mailbag@wusa9.com is the address. that's our report. i'll be back here at 11:00 with anita and topper. ♪ "e.t." >>> leann rimes out of rehab and breaking down in tears. >>
in the last hour it's kind of holding together. heads up prince william county and manassas into chantilly. you might be getting some brief heavy downpours. the bulk of the heavier an unthat produced a couple inches in -- heavy rain that produced a couple inches is now gone. we'll keep a shower in the forecast overnight, isolated heavy downpour. most of tomorrow will be on the dry side. because this warm front will be hanging around, there could be a spotty shower or thunderstorm especially in the afternoon. that will pretty much be the same forecast for our thursday. going into the weekend i think friday looks terrific and a big change-up for the weekend. we've got three warm days we're expecting. this temperature is dependent on what the warm front does. if it hangs around, we could be cooler. we could have a better chance for showers and storms if it doesn't move through. saturday night into sunday temperature on sunday about 66. we drop to 46 at night. into columbus day we're only talking about temperatures in the low 60s. so the coolest air we've seen so far this season is rolling int
of germantown, 2.14 inches chantilly. reagan national has less than of 1 inch of rain. , theyt lexington park got underneath the warm degrees in st. mary's county. dense fog could affect early morning drivers. heat,l talk about the coming up. >> it has been 10 years since shootings in the metro area. greta, that brings back a lot of memories. >> absolutely. here in the parking garage of in falls church where linda franklin was shot death the evening of october 14. she was here shopping with her husband. that is why this is so terrifying, because this was random. a mother vacuuming out her car, gasn pumping gas at a station. all were killed several others wounded. weeks, the entire area live in fear. >> you were scared to be out. just did not want to go out anywhere. o anywhere.t g went to work and came home and that was it. >> tom cooper had come here just an hour before. >> another guy came in part his shot the guy dead. >> you took your chances just up.ing i remember everyone hiding under tarps as they were trying to pump gas. >> police went on wild goose chases. when that snipers shot and
national, 67 in arlington, 65 sterling, 64 in chantilly. a few thunderstorms possible today and some could be strong today in southern maryland and towards the delmarva peninsula. for high temperature between 69 and 73. much more pleasant weatherproof of the work week. thursday look back into the '70s. let's check on traffic now with jamee. >> thank you. do have volume. frederick getting onto 270. commuters are doing okay clarksburg through germantown and towards the lane divide, looking good. the lights forming on the beltway through college park, no there are delays through college park or silver spring. in lorton and newington, you delaysart to see increasing. on the fairfaxk 6:00. parkway until back to you. >> thank you. looking at 65 degrees on this monday want. = = monday morning. >> coming up -- a woman catches on fire after an explosion. a woman catches on fire after an explosion. water okay, what'ya havin? i'll have the build your own burger with a... sunny-side up egg, jack cheese, jill. and, uh... make it a double. inspiration can come from anywhere. build your own burgers are n
right into one of these areas around chantilly and see what information can he with get on -- we can get on that and in this particular incident reported at 2:46. they don't even have an estimate when that one will be continued. then at smeco we're looking at 6,237, big numbers in st. mary's and calvert county. these numbers are going up now that we've made it above 200,000 people with the carriers that we're watching without power. >> a total of 212,000 outages. as we expected they are climbing as we head into the height of the high winds. >> but the interesting thing is pepco which in the past has had so many outages is not doing so badly tonight. so far they have fewer than 20,000 folks in the dark. topper, is there something about the territory involved, where the storm is that's taking it easier on pepco? >> no. let's not jinx their luck, okay? some of us might be a pepco customer. we are looking at the height of the storm in of wind now through early afternoon. check this out. it's snowing out there from our friend lori. they've had 3 inches since this was taken. south of that dow
a good night's sleep and they will be reconvening this morning at their headquarters in chantilly where we are told they will mobilize in place until they get orders to where to go to respond for wherever they are needed. we are talking about 80 members of the squad as well as four search dogs will be part of the team that is mobilized. they are physicians. they are structural engineers. they are technical search experts, collapse experts, emergency planning and preparedness experts. exactly the sort of team you would need should the aftereffects of sandy get really, really bad. again, just advance planning on the part of federal emergency management agency to make sure they do have teams like this ready to go across the eastern seaboard. now, here in fairfax, we are live not far from where the urban search and rescue team's headquarters are. we'll check in with them in a little while later this morning. let them get a few hours of sleep. the 24 hour wal-mart is open. we've seen people coming in and out of the store. a few people here and there. the lights are on and i'm going to check
the morning.is you heard me correctly. start the day. chantilly, 37 in huntingtown, 43 warrenton. it is a cold morning. things will warm up nicely through the day. have a few midlevel clouds. afternoonratures this 60's. upper a pleasant day, comfortable, despite a cool start. codeill definitely need a coat this morning. have short sleeves later on today. for the commute. >> thank you very much. good morning on the road. this wednesday morning we have another trouble spot in howard county. a vehicle fires slowing things nearon snowy river parkway maryland 100. get past that, you should be good to go. from howard county, to and from on 95 asdel county as the b-w parkway, moving between both parkways once you reach the capital beltway, find that newou hampshire avenue, moving well over the work zone over the northwest branch, no delays. northbound and5, southbound at king street moving , looks good between the district and the springfield interchange. continuing on 95 southbound, a work zonel between sallisaw and -- falmouth and frederick. before metro 2015 has a cell phone service line.ble on th
something. what do you have for us today, sara? >> our first comes from tommy johnson. in chantilly, west virginia. if you can smell my buns, are you too close. >> i like it. >> that's a good one. >> yes! amanda from new york city submitted this photo. disabled parking only. stupidity is not a disability. >> you're on a roll. >> that rules out a lot -- i was using it for that. >> next up, a photo from sue in michigan. keep out, no trespassing. trespassers will be violated. >> a little bit of deliverance going on there. >> left up to interpretation. i wouldn't mess with that. stephanie from vancouver, washington sent us this photo. please do not eat the berries. dogs urinate here. >> i'm grateful for the tip. >> i like the warning. i might have grabbed a handful on the way by. >> thank you for that. terry sent us this photo. earl is dead. earl scheib is dead. >> thank you, anthony. >> thank you, anthony. but the low prices live on. so even though earl is not here, we're going to keep the -- >> i thought earl scheib -- when i was a little girl, you'd hear their commercials on the radio. rad
light showers. western fairfax down 28 in chantilly to centreville, you guys are wet. up and down 95 now moving east of 95, got these moderate showers. this is headed toward charles county in a little while. colonial beach, dahlgren, even into st. marys county and st. george's will see this the next one to two hours. we'll get better for the latter part of the morning hours into the afternoon. we start mild with mid-60s in the cool spots. culpeper 70 already. 75 at the patuxent naval air station. fredricksburg and easton sit at 73. so we really are up there temperature wise. we should be in the 40s and 50s this time of year for lows. winds are calm. good visibility out there. cloudy. we're dry at the moment at reagan national with a temp of 73. the dew point 69. but there is some cold air coming into the country. it's all across the northern and central rockies now with 20s and 30s. got wayne ter storm which will rage across northeastern north dakota and northwestern minnesota. somebody up here may pick up a foot of snowfall from this. meanwhile we're watching this moisture come in off t
. dunbar, west shield chantilly. check out these pretty cool jerseys right here. >> how come you don't have one? >> i have to be impartial. i'm impartial. >> fair enough. how would you like to get a free rg3 jersey? >> this one. they won't let me. >> you can't keep it. you have to go to wusa and like us on facebook and tell us why you deserve the free jersey. pretty easy. winners will be chosen at random and announced on game on on saturday 13. you have until the show starts at 7:00 that night to register for a free rg3 jersey. you can't beat that. you guys look pretty cool. >> yeah, sit with a tie. >> you do. okay. >> i don't think anyone is going to miss it. >> i look better than rg. in his jersey. >> okay. we're going to let you keep that fantasy going. from our earliest days, we are taught to keep ourselves clean, but still ahead, some differences between the guys and the gals when it comes to personal hygiene. >> that's breaking news. later on, a local family struggling how to clean up a moldy mess. >> but first, cuddly critters aren't just cute to look at, they could
. an accident in chantilly on 50 near spring fellow road had police responding. if you travel the outer loop of the beltway, the volume into silver spring is building. the good news is between new hampshire avenue and university boulevard, the new traffic pattern around the long-term bridge work zone have all lanes together. no longer divided by the jersey wall. here's the beltway at colesville road moving pretty well right now. 270 delays most of the way out of frederick take you to high yachtstown. your next timesaver traffic at 7:43. >>> you can catch the first of three presidential debates on channel 9. the topic domestic issues, especially the economy. >> our partners will be looking ahead to that debate. gayle king joins us live from new york with a preview. good morning, gayle. >> i've got the preview now. hello mike and andrea. senior advisors from the romney and obama campaigns will be with us. we'll ask them about a controversial video of president obama that just resurfaced. how the vice presidential candidates are clashing on the campaign trail and what can we expect tonight. we
on the weather around chantilly, virginia, 70s for the overnight period. then it's fog and rain. then it's fog and rain. i'll tell you how much raine. the middle class, who move our country forward. work hard. raise families. and keep america strong. but mitt romney's budget plan will hurt the middle class. raising taxes on the average family by up to $2000 dollars. while giving a tax break of $250,000 dollars to multi-millionaires. doesn't mitt romney understand, we can't rebuild america...by tearing down the middle class. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. and those well grounded. for what's around this corner... and the next. there's cash flow options from pnc. solutions to help businesses like yours accelerate receivables, manage payments, and help ensure access to credit. because we know how important cash flow is to reaching your goals. pnc bank. for the achiever in you. >>> a meningitis outbreak. tennessee, florida and north carolina have reported outbreaks of the virus. four people altogether have died from the virus and 26 more of confirmed to be
in november of 2010. 20-year-old megan ganders of chantilly and 15-year-old david richardson died. a 21-year-old was also hurt. megan's mother says the victim should have received the maximum of 23 years. >> whoever commits the crime, they have more rights than we do. >> carlos lucas' mother tells news 4 her son completed a drug rehabilitation program while behind bars. meantime, wines says she would like to establish a scholarship fund in her daughter's name. she's also considering sponsoring a 5k race and donating the proceeds to a fund. >>> a man who got in a standoff with police at a virginia marina will appear in court. 44-year-old john watson was arrested saturday after a several hours long standoff at the bell haven marina in alexandria. police were called to the scene late friday for reports of shots fired. when they got there, watson jumped into a dinghy and made his way to a sailboat in the potomac. police have not said what led to that shooting. >>> the man suspected of shooting a security guard at the family research council will be in court later this morning. floyd lee corkins
're in the thick fog. chantilly, drizzle and fog. near 80 there by early afternoon and all throughout the region hour by hour, a rapid warm up hitting the mid-80s by mid afternoon, feeling more like august in october with the humidity around and some sunshine. i'll be back in ten minutes with a look at big changeses on the way for the end of the week and the weekend. now a look at traffic. >>> starting with the rails, still seeing minor delay brunswick east 870. metro, vre, not reporting delays at this time. checking bridges in our area, crossing over the american legion brenidge in both directis starting to get busy. no accidents. back to you. >>> it is 5:42. video shows help chasing their victim down. straight ahead, the fallout for one of the men. >>> plus what arnold schwarzenegger is saying to fans here >>> welcome back. the trial begins today for the sole survivor of a fiery crash in chevy chase. richardson says he's not responsible for the crash that killed three teenagers. police say richardson was a passenger in a stolen car that crashed and burst into flames after a chase earlier this
. capital heights at 46 degrees, good morning to you. burke and chantilly, you're coming in at 45 and damascus, maryland, here at 45 degrees. here's a look at the showers. you can see them a little heavier north of baltimore, around calvert, st. mary's county but all this coming to an end soon. i think by around 8:00 those showers will be moving out so at the bus stop this morning, 45 to 49 degrees with just overcast skies. not too bad there. i'll be back in about ten minutes with your four-day forecast. >>> well, looking at delays in the first 4 traffic report. let's start as you're making your commute in maryland traveling southbound. bw parkway, slow from 100 and those delays continue until about 175. not seeing any accidents, but it is very slow, so possibly something might have just popped up. let's talk about 50, if you're traveling 50 in maryland. slow from the beltway as you head all the way down to 295, just sluggish. here's a live look as you make your way past landover road. you're under speed about 30 miles per hour. tough commute. and a live look from chopper 4 as you
out of chantilly, virginia. they will be ready to go on a moment's notice whenever needed. >>> switching gears to politics now, president obama and governor romney are canceling some of their campaign events because of the hurricane. the president is in florida this morning but canceled stops in three other states. >> romney is heading away from the east coast today to campaign in ohio, iowa and wisconsin. >>> hurricane sandy is also causing some trouble with early voting. the lines stretched around some polling places saturday as people tried to beat the storm and go vote. >> and we continue to track hurricane sandy. coming up next, we'll get the latest from tucker barnes who is tracking it for us. we'll be right back. anncr: every president inherits challenges. few have faced so many. four years later... our enemies have been brought to justice. our heroes are coming home. assembly lines are humming again. there are still challenges to meet. children to educate. a middle class to rebuild. but the last thing we should do is turn back nonow. president obama: i'm barack oba
, the chantilly based virginia task force one. 80 people being mobilized. they'll find out where they're going later this morning. >>> time 6:38. candidates making big schedule changes this morning because of hurricane sandy. how both are dealing with the crisis. anncr: seven-hundred-thousand jobs. that's what the plan george allen supports... would cost our economy. newspapers called it "economically destructive." like allen's votes to give tax breaks to companies... that ship jobs overseas, his economic plan would... help big corporations, devastating the middle class. allen even voted against tax breaks for small businesses. virginia can't afford to go back to george allen. the democratic senatorial campaign committee... is responsible for the content of this advertising. what mitt romney's tv ads say about women? or what mitt romney himself says? mitt romney: do i believe the supreme court... should overturn roe v. wade? yes. and it would be my preference that they, that they... reverse roe v. wade. hopefully reverse roe v. wade. overturn roe v. wade. planned parenthood, we're going to ge
. look at this group of maples in chantilly, virginia. absolutely gorgeous autumn color. that one maple in the back is just starting. it's amazing how different strees get it from the top to bottom and bottom to top and outside inside. what an amazing collection of color. thanks for sending that to weather@nbc.com. send us your pictures, we'll put them online. look at the sky from washington. it's a live view from the city camera. high clouds streaming over the metro area. 57 at reagan national. dew point 46. it's fairly dry and thankfully a calm wind. otherwise, this morning, when it was down near freezing, the wind like we had the last couple mornings made it a colder feeling. right now, prince george's county, upper 50s. mid-50s in montgomery. much of northern virginia and maryland, milder on the bay. annapolis, 60 degrees. shenandoah valley, chilly, low and mid-50s there. 40s in western maryland. the highlands in west virginia. eastern shore, most locations are around 60 degrees. they are the high clouds streaming over the region now. mostly clear over the mountains. we have a big a
there is already another dog. she has a lot of playing left to do. in chantilly, beth parker, fox 5 news. >> oh, sweet dog. >> yeah. >>> and the news tonight is far from over. the news edge at 11 starts right now. >>> new details about a deadly collision between a metro bus and a car. i'm maureen umeh. >> i'm laura evans. prince georges county police confirm that street racing played a part in this crash and it happened before 10:00 last night and police say the 22- year-old kleon wills was bowie was killed after slamming his mercedes into the bus while drag racing with the friend. the other driver, a 32-year-old man was in the mercedes, to. >> the mercedes and other vehicle were racing at a, going at a high rate of speed. >> police so far never release the name -- the name of the second man in the drag race but charges are pepping. >>> the news -- are pending. >>> and students are on edge after a home inflation and a assault. two students discovered an intruder in the home. they took off toward campus and they have minor injuries. >> it's scary because i was walking home around the same time.
toward upper marlboro. out to the west we see a few around chantilly, anen in dale and dale city -- annandale and dale city. north of town very sparse in the coverage. upper parm borrow, senior -- marlboro, senior prince george's county, we're see -- southern prince george's county, we're seeing some of those showers. starting to lift out of king george. over the next few hours, this stuff will slowly wind down but it's going to be kind of a nuisance this morning. temperatures to the east are in the 50s on the delmarva. ocean city is 55. but low 40s in the shenandoah valley with luray. 41 western maryland, cumberland is 41 and here in town we've got 48. this is off the tower here in northwest d.c. looking to the north. we had the northerly flow so the raindrops are hitting the cover on the lens. 48 degrees. feeling like 45 with a light shower and northerly winds at 7 miles an hour. lots of 30s up in ohio and pittsburgh at 34. lexington 37. so some chilly air just fort and west but we are -- just north and west but we are going to see a warm-up. once we get rid of this piece of en
ready chantilly, fairfax, anybody driving out 56, slow go, brief heavy rains with it actually. you can season the line of storms and the red indicates rainfall rates of about an inch per hour with pretty good lightning. this will move across 17, across toward haymarket and across 66 of the in next 30 minutes. after that -- 66 in the next 30 minutes. after that we'll talk about drying off and getting cooler coming up. >>> a fire yesterday in upper marlboro, a woman pulled from her burning home yesterday morning on peach leaf court has now died. it's believed the fire started in the basement. investigators think it was an accident. there was a working smoke detector. >>> customers of a manassas storage facility are counting up their losses tonight. about 80 storage units were heavily damaged or destroyed after flames broke out late last night at the store all facility on sudley road. >> reporter: fire officials were out here for most of the day. most of them just left a short time ago. the storage facility has multiple buildings, but only one building was damaged. it had about 85 units
crest heights. 47 degrees. chantilly, 47. damascus and kensington to the north. the current temperature is at 45 degrees. coming up a little later, how high the temperatures will go. the southwest wind will warm us up. sunshine. meanwhile, i'm going to leave you with this. garrett county, maryland. they have been getting snow. they have had over two feet of snow. we are going to check on the radar throughout the area and coming up in a little bit, in a couple minutes, a halloween planning forecast for you. a lot of neighborhoods trick or treating tonight. >> on the picture, break out the plows, break out the shovel. >> it's a heavy snow, too. we'll talk about the snow ratio, too. >> thank you. >>> plenty of flooding to be seen from the air. take a look at this upsidedown plane. plenty of flooding there. many places overcome with water. the heavy rain caused the river to flood following the community park. that park is likely to stay closed for awhile. the river is rising higher. >> it's easier to get around using public transportation today. for the first time in two days, metro trains
at the museum's space hangar in chantilly. >>> my boss, the woman who runs this station, she is one happy camper these days. she should be, she's a nice lady. but the biggest reason for the smiley faces on all her communiques is the fact that this is a presidential election year. and the two major parties are flush with cash. which means so are we. so is this station. so is every other station in this market. and throughout much of the country in fact. i, on the other hand, am not so happy. in fact, i am sick to death of all those campaign ads, and all those people looking me straight in the camera in the eye, dripping with gravitas, telling me what i should think or do or not do or whatever. and here in the d.c. market, adding insult to injury are the questions. especially the gambling thing. a couple nights ago, one single commercial break, i had to endure two presidential campaign ads, three from senate candidates, and two back-to-back on question 7. the darn thing ran so long i forgot what i was watching. here's the problem. there is no more light in those things, only heat. actually, worse
around chantilly. they have some gorgeous autumn color there, too. the temperatures around the region are beginning to climb as we get toward the afternoon hours. but there is a chill in the air now. 55 at reagan national. and we will have the winds that are out of the south now around ten miles an hour, maybe pick up a b midday. we will have a bit of a chill in the air here throughout much of the region, in the 40s and low and mid 50s for a couple hours and then we'll warm up rapidly by noontime. we've got a decreasing line of showers in kentucky, tennessee, and parts of ohio. but later today, they may refire as they come through this yellow severe risk zone. 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. is when we could get some damaging winds. no problems for the morning commute. by 8:00 a.m., clear, chilly and breezy, so you're going to need at least your fall jacket. we'll be in the 40s and low mid 50s by 8:00 a.m. by noontime, beautiful for the lumplg ho lunch hour. by the time we're coming back home, maybe dodging some lightning bolts and maybe some heavy downpours briefly coming through around 6:00 p.m.
. and like i said, i've got great pictures to show you. first off, how about chantilly, where these pictures were taken. there's the beautiful red colors for you. veronica out and about earlier this weekend, take a look at this picture. this down around the quantico area. simply gorgeous. we are really seeing some beautiful color this year. as a result of a little bit of dry weather, that dry weather helping to bring out those fall colors we've seen so often. here's another great shot of the potomac here and woodrow bridge. and alexandria off in the distance. quite nice. bright blue skies. it is amazing out right now. 72 degrees. winds out of the north at 7 miles per hour. not a problem at all, as far as the weather is concerned. we're well above average. we're going to stay well above average as far as the temperatures are concerned. 70 right now in martinsburg, 72 in culpepper, 73 in fredericksburg. take a look at this number right here. petersburg, west virginia, at 79 degrees. that's the warmer air that's going to be making its way in here during the day tomorrow and into the day on wedn
and on delays y on i-395 .t wa in chantilly, eastbound 50 at stringfellow has an accident and delays of 66 and no trouble getting through glebe road. we have not seen the big in the sky for a while. we're starting out a little this morning, 56 in fairfax and 57 in arlington. sunny today, warm, less humid, 77-82 degrees and the weekend that will be called on sunday. we will be back ♪ you've got this one thing get out, get out ♪ >>> why bother going down on one knee, just you and her? get 90 people involved in your proposal and it will go viral online. so much fun. we're going to talk to the couple, just ahead. it takes a village to get married. >> wow. >> i love it. >> yeah. >> it is fantastic. good morning, everyone. robin recovering from her bone marrow transplant. great to have elizabeth vargas here. >> it's great to be here. >>> also, the clash of the music divas. nicki minaj and mariah carey. an all-out fight. >> ryan seacrest says it's great for ratings. >> of course, it is. >> reports it's gotten bat. according to barbara walters, nicki minaj threatened to shoot her. >> it's in m
begin with an apology if i met. to have a board meeting in chantilly, virginia this morning in which transformational decisions will be made. and i am also and investor, so i have a more than passing interest and will not be able to remain for the entire presentation. but wanted to come in to help kick off this road out of our most recent paper. p. i am here today as a member of the bipartisan center board. out of the co-chaired the iran project for almost five years. with chuck wald. there is an overwhelming bipartisan support in washington among both presidential candidates and across the country for preventing a nuclear iran. in the public debate during the last year or so, a recurring concern has been the economic risks posed by the available means for preventing a nuclear iran. whether it through tough sanctions or military action. economic risks are eight legitimate concern. but inaction also poses economic risks. the purpose of the paper we are releasing today is an attempt to illustrate some of the economic costs that would emanate from the impact of a nuclear iran. we do not
current temperature at 50 degrees. we have largo coming in at 46. chantilly at 46 degrees. the high today, 60 degrees. it will be on the cool side. >> and that's your latest weather. savannah? >> all right, al. thanks. coming up next, the respected high school guidance counsellor fired because of her past as a model. we'll talk about that with today's professionals right after this. you can't argue with nutrition you can see. great grains. great grains cereal starts whole and stays whole. see the seam? more processed flakes look nothing like natural grains. i'm eating what i know is better nutrition. mmmm. great grains. search great grains and see for yourself. hi, i just switched jobs, and i want to roll over my old 401(k) into a fidelity ira. man: okay, no problem. it's easy to get started; i can help you with the paperwork. um...this green line just appeared on my floor. yeah, that's fidelity helping you reach your financial goals. could you hold on a second? it's your money. roll over your old 401(k) into a fidelity ira and take control of your personal economy. this is going to be he
as they might be needed. one of them, the chantilly-based virginia task force one, it was activated last night. 80 personnel many mobilized there. >> we're keeping an eye on low-lying areas. especially along the potomac where some roads are already shut down. news 4 melissa mollet is near the potomac river, alexandria. how is it looking now? >> reporter: i know, you know, right now, we're looking okay, bub i know high tide comes in at 8:31 this morning, and then again at 8:41 tonight. you can kind of look at the water right here and see that it has risen quite a bit from what we were dealing with earlier, obviously. what we understand is that we could get 1 to 2 feet higher than what is normal for this area during a typical high tide. so we definitely could get up over the sidewalk where i'm standing. and then flood up prince street, which obviously happens a lot. you can also see this boat here in the distance. and the dock it's attached to here, swaying just a little bit. you can see that the current is really kind of moving a bit. we have a little bit of wind coming through here right now.
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